7 Captivating Books For Fans of Grey's Anatomy
Over the past 12 years, Grey's Anatomy has earned its spot as one of the best medical dramas on television, and with the 300th episode upon us, it is time to kick back and enjoy the riveting midseason finale. While we wait for the rest of the new season to air in 2018, pick up these reads to curb the inevitable withdrawals.
Cut by Amy S. Peele
Medical murder mystery Cut is not one for the faint of heart. When a wealthy woman boards a plane to receive an organ transplant on the other side of the country, Sarah and Jackie begin to ask if the system for organ distribution is as faultless as the government makes it seem. This dangerous quest for the truth means trouble and possibly the end for the transplant nurse and her friend.
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
If you live for the complicated love affairs in Grey’s Anatomy, Menon’s YA novel, When Dimple Met Rishi, should be next on your #TBR list. Dimple wants nothing more than to follow her web developer dreams, but all Rishi yearns for is her love. With an arranged marriage in their future, one Summer program will bring the two together and force them to face the challenges that are simultaneously pushing them apart.
Perfectly Undone by Jamie Raintree
There’s no denying that Dr. Dylan Michaels has a lot on her plate. When her long-term boyfriend proposes, she can’t bring herself to accept or move on past the family secrets she still feels guilty about. Channeling all the vibes of Grey’s Anatomy, Raintree’s Portland-set novel, Perfectly Undone, will have you hooked from start to finish.
Pandemic: Beginnings by Bobby Akart
If you were to blend The Walking Dead and Grey’s Anatomy, you would have Bobby Akart’s book, Pandemic: Beginnings. When an ancient, deadly disease begins to spread across the world, it is up to one small team to keep worldwide panic at bay and fight off the threat of a global pandemic. This thriller’s twists and turns will remind you of the weekly emotional rollercoaster of our favorite doctor drama.
Nightingale Tales by Lynn Dow
From a woman who saw the evolution of the nursing profession in the 1950s, comes Nightingale Tales, a memoir about the everyday experiences of independent practitioners in the United States. The stand-alone stories told in each chapter lend a humorous and whole-hearted lens to the transformation of the medical world.
The Invisible Life of Ivan Isaenko by Scott Stambach
In The Invisible Life of Ivan Isaenko, Ivan knows that his life-long residency in a Russian hospital isn’t the ideal situation for a young boy — until Polina arrives. After a rocky start, the two can’t help but feel that they were supposed to meet each other in a place of little hope. As Ivan’s manipulative walls break down, he becomes sure of one thing: he needs Polina to survive.
Women Within by Anne Leigh Parrish
If you loved the bond between Meredith and Cristina in Grey’s Anatomy, you will devour Women Within. When an elderly woman takes up residency in a retirement home, she forms a bond with her caregivers that will never be forgotten. This story of three multi-generational women will remind you of the trifecta of powerful women on the show: from Chief Bailey, to Meredith, to the new interns coming aboard in episode 300.